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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishhistorianhis‧to‧ri‧an /hɪˈstɔːriən/ ●●○ W3 noun [countable]  SHBOsomeone who studies history, or the history of a particular thingart/literary/military etc historian
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historianA historian remembers the mid-'70s, as well as his struggles to complete a biography of President James Buchanan.They used the work of anthropologists and historians which was available, and on the whole they used this work very judiciously.Artist's intention is one of the criteria for the portrait posited by historians and theorists.At present, the Guidelines need to be reviewed by historians.Today, bound in their massive heavy green covers, they provide fascinating reading for historians.They interest a wide range of scholars and lay users and deserve to be a standard reference for subject and local historians.This is an excellent example of what the local historian will be coping with at parish level.In this they were simply reflecting the typical disinterest of historians.art/literary/military etc historianDeciding where is the beginning can be a trouble for an art historian.The editor will continue to be anthropologist, art historian and classicist Francesco Pellizzi.Do you feel that the language problem is a fundamental stumbling block for art historians?Sir Ernst Gombrich, leading art historian certainly thinks so!Tomás Llorens, art historian and Simon Marcháan, lecturer in Aesthetics.Theologians evince, if anything, even less enthusiasm for the subject than art historians.Additions and embellishments can be more difficult to detect, and here of course the cooperation of the art historian is essential.She was extremely generous to aspiring young art historians.